Pittsburgh PA (PRWEB) August 15, 2012
Proud owners of Atlanta Falcons tickets recently had the opportunity to watch their team in their suspenseful opening preseason game against the infamous Baltimore Ravens on Thursday, August 9th. Unfortunately, the Falcons suffered more than a humiliating loss against the Ravens. The final score at the end of a preseason game doesn’t count nearly as much as what each team learns about the strengths and weaknesses of its players and strategies. Most exposed weaknesses can be ironed out before the regular season, but the same can’t be said about major injuries.
During the preseason opener, Fullback Bradie Ewing majorly injured his knee during a punt return against the Baltimore Ravens. In fact, head coach Mike Smith had a deflating message about the 5th round pick for holders of Atlanta Falcons tickets holders. On Friday, August 10th, Smith was quoted as saying, “Unfortunately, we have to announce that Bradie Ewing will miss the entire season after sustaining a knee injury in last night’s contest.”
Another let down for Atlanta Falcons fans came in the form of an injury to starter Akeem Dent. This middle linebacker is only in his second year and had come to replace another injured linebacker, Lofa Tatupu.
On the bright side of the scrimmage line, fervent fans that saw the game are swooping in for Atlanta Falcons tickets to see who the preseason game revealed to be prime candidates to lead the Falcons to victory when it really counts in the regular season.
For one, both the Falcon’s starters in the offensive and defensive teams played remarkably, even if it was just in the first quarter. They re-instilled faith into Falcons fans that they still have what it takes by driving points onto the board, stomping on the Raven’s intimidating defensive line. On top of that, the Falcon’s defense kept the Ravens from putting any numbers on the scoreboard--at least, for the first quarter.
With brilliantly executed plays by receiver Julio Jones, topped off with incredibly penetrating runs by running back Jacquizz "Quizz" Rodgers, it’s no wonder that Atlanta Falcons tickets are going the way of the Doh-Doh. After a little spit-polish on the team, Falcons fans know what kinds of epic games are flying their way.
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